Banking and Finance
Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance) – Double Major – BCom(Curtin)
MoHE approval code: JPT/BPP(R/343/6/0205) 07/21
Banking is integral to businesses, governments and the everyday lives of people. Bankers use analytical knowledge and skills to help customers find financial solutions. They may arrange finance for them at a personal level so they can start a new venture, or assist them with expanding an existing business.
The field of finance can take you anywhere in the world and to many careers. You can work in corporate finance for big business, for well-known financial institutions, or in financial markets in Australia and overseas.
Financial planners help people to make smart decisions with their money. They take time to understand each client’s goal and objectives. They formulate a financial plan, monitor progress and help their clients maintain a budget. If you enjoy working with people and want to help others progress financially, this could be the industry for you.
Minimum English language entry requirements
Language Testing System
(no individual band
|Test of English as a
Foreign Language (TOEFL)
|79 (band minimum W-21,
L-13, R-13, S-18)
|SPM 1119 English||C|
|GCE ‘A’ Level||E|
|GCE ‘O’ Level||C|
|GCE-A Level/ STPM/ (best of 3 subjects)||5|
|UEC (best of 5 selected subjects)||20|
|ATAR (WACE/ SACE/ HSC/ VCE/ AUSMAT/ SAM/ MUFY)||70|
Cut-off scores key:
GCE : General Certificate of Education
STPM : Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia
IB : International Baccalaureate
ATAR : Australian Tertiary Admission Rank – applicable to all Australian matriculation
HKDSE : Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
India : Includes All India Senior School Certificate awarded by The Central Board of Secondary School Education (CBSE), Indian School Certificate (ISC) awarded by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), Higher School Certificate (HSC) awarded by one of the State Secondary School Boards. Certificates awarded by the CBSE and the CISCE are generally considered to represent a higher level of achievement than state certificates.
Sri Lanka : GCE ‘A’ level issued by the Department of Examinations
Score Conversion for Advanced level/GCE/GCSE:
Grades awarded from 2010 onwards: A*=6, A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1
Grades awarded up to 2009: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1
AS Levels equal half of that of an Advanced Level, e.g. 3 points for an A*, 2.5 points for an A (prior to 2010)
Subject Grades Conversion for STPM : A=5, A- =4, B+ =4, B=3, B- =2, C+ = 2, C=1
The following UEC subjects are included in the aggregate of best five subject:
• Mathematics • Advance Mathematics I • Advance Mathematics II • Biology • Chemistry • Physics • Business Studies • Bookkeeping and Accounts • Accounting
• Economics • History • Geography • Computing and Information Technology
Note: scores for individual prerequisites may be taken into consideration for assessment purposes.
Minimum academic entry requirements
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Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA)
Public Services Department (JPA)
Graduates may seek for membership of professional bodies such as:
The Australasian Institute of Banking and Finance,
The Economic Society of Australia
The Financial Planning Association of Australia
Diploma applications will be treated on case to case basis.
- Graduates fit into any jobs in a financial institution eg. Bank Officer, Insurance Broker, Credit Analyst, Bank Manager, Loan Specialist and etc.
- Finance Officer, Finance Manager, Fund Manager, Forex Trader, Stock Broker, Investment Banker, Financial Analyst, Investment Analyst, Financial Planner
|Year 1 Sem 1||Year 2 Sem 1||Year 3 Sem 1|
Introduction to Accounting
Introduction to Business Information Systems
Fundamentals of Bank Management
Quantitative Techniques for Business
Introduction to Financial Instruments and Markets
Fundamentals of Management
Environmental Issues in Business
|Year 1 Sem 2||Year 2 Sem 2||Year 3 Sem 2|
Communication in Business
Introductory Business Financial Modeling
Introduction to Derivative Securities
Introduction to Finance Principles